THE NEW YORK SHOPPING GUIDE by Elizabeth Squire

THE NEW YORK SHOPPING GUIDE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For natives, newcomers or tourists, this is a relatively complete directory to what is available where- at every price level from luxury to low, along with the sources of special services (i.e. for children- baby sitting; home dining-catering, etc., etc.) Personalized introductory notes to each category provide fuller explanations- whether you are looking for antiques, collector's items, art, books, clothes (children's- men's- women's) and accessories, drugs, foods, liquors, health and recreational facilities, gifts, home furnishings- and repairs, rentals (a mink-or a car), music, pets, plants and flowers, party items, etc., etc., along with where you can go to shop on Sundays. Amplified notes, in greater or lesser details, on prices, mail order, specialites de la maison, make this more than a Red Book and give this a general reference value for all except those who have not established their favorite haunts.

Pub Date: May 24th, 1961
Publisher: Morrow-Barrows